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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
July 26, 2016

Canadian Excellence

Research in Kinesiology

Recent Media, Article Features and Events

The department of Kinesiology & Physical Education Facultyhave research facilities in the Science Research Building (SR),at the Northdale Campus (NC), and at the King Street Building (232 King).

Current Faculty Research labs include:

Science Research Building:

Dr. Stephen Perry SR119 Ext. 3298
Dr. Diane Gregory SR214/216 Ext. 4564

Northdale Campus (Hickory Street):

Dr. Quincy Almeida NC123 Ext.3924/2840
Dr. Pamela Bryden NC104 Ext 3316
Dr. Michael Cinelli NC107 Ext.4775
Dr. Mark Eys NC120 Ext.3691
Dr. Dawn Guthrie NC118 Ext.3935/3296/3219
Dr. Tom Hazell NC106 Ext.4919
Dr. Jayne Kalmar NC119 Ext.3334

King Street Campus (232 King Street):

Dr. Kim Dawson KB24 Ext.3798
Dr. Paula Fletcher KB22 Ext.2519
Dr. Renee MacPhee KB34 Ext.2002
Dr. J. RobertsonWilson KB24 Ext.3562
Dr. Margie Schneider KB22 Ext.3794
Dr. Jill Tracey KB27 Ext.4191


Dr. Guthrie recently received funding from the Alzheimer Society of Canada for a two-year project to develop and test a new screening tool to identify caregivers who are beginning to show signs of caregiver burden. She is also part of one of the 20 teams funded through the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration and Aging or CCNA ( The CCNA is a $32.9 million project funded primarily by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and includes 300+ researchers from across Canada.

Dr. Mike Cinelli: "New Methods of Recovery for Concussions" Cord Article 21OCT2015

Dr. Mike Cinelli and student Laura Fedy - "Laurier Research Team Making Concussions Safer"

Dr. Kim Dawson wrote an Article in the "A Rewarding Experience" published Vol.8, Issue 7, November/December 2015.

Dr. Kim Dawson quoted in recent Montreal Gazette article "Fitness: Train your head to make it to the finish line."

Dr. Kim Dawson - CBC Team Next - Articles "5 Keys to strong mental preparation" and "6 signs you need more mentalprep".